Reed Garrett

Reed Garrett

Height/Weight: 6' 2"/196 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Henrico, Virginia
College: VMI
Draft: 2014 16th round by the
  • WTOP News

    Elias welcomes expectations fueled by Orioles' potential

    Orioles general manager Mike Elias is happy to accept some of the blame if expectations are a little harder to manage this season. “I believe our rebuild is behind us and we've got an incredible chance now to be a very, very competitive team for years,” Elias said. The Orioles went 83-79 last year, a 31-win improvement that nearly landed Baltimore in the playoffs. The Orioles have eight of the game's top 100 prospects in MLB Pipeline's latest ranking, including infielder Gunnar Henderson, who is No. 1 on the list after reaching the big leagues at the end of last season.


    Orioles facing one-time lease extension deadline as wait for long-term agreement continues

    In March 1984, less than two weeks before Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott was born, the National Football League's Baltimore Colts bolted for Indianapolis in the middle of the night. Scott is confident the city won't have a repeat when it comes to the Orioles. “Baltimore knows what it feels like when a team is disinvesting in and going to leave, right?” Scott said at a news conference earlier this month with Orioles CEO and chairman John Angelos seated beside him. The Orioles have continued to make deep investments in the community.

  • Denver Post

    Cole Irvin understands his role as he joins Orioles rotation: 'I know how to get hitters out'

    Over the past two seasons, few starting pitchers in the majors have thrown more innings — or more strikes — than Cole Irvin. For the veteran left-hander, who the Orioles acquired in a trade from the Oakland Athletics on Thursday, being an innings-eater and filling up the strike zone are key parts of his identity as a pitcher. In a sport that has become fascinated with velocity, expected metrics and Statcast data, Irvin knows what he is — and, just as importantly, what he isn't. “I know who I am, I've always known who I am. And that's a starting pitcher who eats innings and gets outs,” Irvin said during a video call Friday.